Bursting with ideas and influences, each of the ten songs here can barely contain the excitement and imagination of the group. Solos fly, harmonies swell, and tracks take complete left-turns in the middle, with wonderful results. Opener Long Days Done starts off as a piano boogie and ends with a surprise guest rap from guest PrufRock Shadowrunner. Multi-part, dreamy harmonies drift through Before We Arrive, as if Neil Young joined the Everly Brothers. Fuzzy psych-rock drives I Don't Need A Gun, as raw and loud as any punk track, while Early Or Late is straight doo-wop, right off the 50's street corner, complete with she-bop-she-bop answering vocals. Simply put, is there anything this band can't do? I want fifty copies to give to my music-loving friends.